How to reanimate disabled features

How to reanimate disabled features

If you are using the latest Ubuntu (or any other debian-based distribution) you will notice that some features of Shutter are disabled by default. These packages are optional dependencies (this means that Shutter is able to start but with restricted functionality) and will be suggested to you when you install the Shutter package.

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Shutter 0.86.2 fixes bugs and improves Drag and Drop

Shutter 0.86.2 fixes bugs and improves Drag and Drop

Shutter 0.86.2 fixes some critical bugs and improves Drag and Drop, e.g. you can now simply drag your screenshots into your file browser or email software. If you've subscribed to the Ubuntu repository, you'll be prompted about an update being available automatically - otherwise, check the downloads page for individual packages. Maintainers of other distributions will be notified, so updates for that will be available soon.

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Shutter 0.86.1 fixes 3 bugs

Shutter 0.86.1 is a bugfix release that doesn't add any new features.

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Shutter 0.86 adds features and a lot of bugfixes

This is the next step of evolution. Shutter 0.86 is out and adds reasonable new features and includes a lot of bugfixes to make your screenshot taking experience better.

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Shutter 0.85.1 is out – 8 bugfixes included

Shutter 0.85.1 is a bugfix release that doesn't add any new features. If you've subscribed to the Ubuntu repository, you'll be prompted about an update being available automatically - otherwise, check the downloads page for individual packages. Maintainers of other distributions have been notified, so updates for that will be available soon.

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Shutter 0.85 released – get it now!

The time of waiting is over - after 15 weeks of development we are happy to announce the release of Shutter 0.85. A long list of new features and improvements is waiting to get explored by you.

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